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rieart Of The Blue Ridge!
THESE THINGS WE HOLD
'—But we hold them only so long as
Ve recognize that NO PRICE IS
too HIGH, NO SACRIFICE TOO
Great to keep them. Under the
Banners of freedom on the
fighting front, in factories, on farms,
1*1 the homes of America we work to
day to save for the world a chance
for happiness and cheer for the
Christmas yet to come.
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